Tag: Travel

“Rooms” by Photographer Joris Hermans

A great project from Belgian photographer Joris Hermans of The World Ahead Of Us² — an ongoing travel blog Hermans started with Dominican graphic designer Joanna Winter. Since leaving Belgium in February, Hermans has been taking photos of every room the two have stayed in. From hotels, hostels and guesthouses to airbnbs and tents, “Rooms” offers […]

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A Beer Lover’s Guide To The Best Beer Bars And Breweries In Boston

Mirimax Hey bro, Bawstin is a haadwekin’ — Sarry, we’re gonna staat ovah. For real this time. Boston is a city renowned for great bars. It goes back much further than the Cheers era. In fact, it dates all the way to Paul frickin’ Revere. These days, corner taverns still […]

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The Best Cyber Monday Travel Deals Include Discounts On Cruises And Wildlife Adventures

Unsplash Cyber Monday is a great day to snag a big discount on that vacation you’ve been dreaming about all year. And, hey, sometimes you have let someone else take the reigns on a vacation. That’s okay. Travel packages have become personalized experiences more and more these days. Travel companies […]

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Monty Python’s Michael Palin Explains Why He’s Obsessed with a Mysterious Boat

Left image: ‘Erebus’ and the ‘Terror’ in New Zealand, by John Wilson Carmichael. Right image: Michael Palin. Photo by Dave Benett/WireImage “I kind of get recognized as ‘the traveler,’” Michael Palin says as he discusses the origins of his new book, Erebus. It’s a recognition that’s well earned. The former member of […]

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Google refreshes hotel search experience on desktop to align with mobile

Google is making a real effort to enhance its travel features across a variety of platforms lately. Over the past few months, the search giant updated Google Flights with new features for sussing out whether you’re overpaying for airfare and hotels, added new tools in Search for planning upcoming trips, and overhauled hotel listings in […]

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My life on the road: A lost passport, no ID, and bullshit paperwork trying to get back to Canada

Seamus Bellamy 16 October, 2018My wife drops me at the airport in Calgary. I’m traveling to Chicago. A fancy audio hardware company called Shure invited me to the city to check out some of the new tech that they’ll be releasing in the coming months. I pass through security with no issues. As I lace […]

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WestJet Airlines says no to drugs as Canada prepares to decriminalize cannabis

Last month, the Canadian Armed Forces announced its strict but reasonable policy surrounding the use of cannabis by service personnel. With Canada’s decriminalization of cannabis nearly upon us, a lot of companies and organizations that deal with dangerous tasks or complicated hardware are following suit. Earlier this week, one of Canada’s most popular air carriers, […]

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Google Search will make trip planning even easier with more personalized information

Travel is not a new area of interest for Google, with lots of customized cards in Search aimed at getting you the best deals on flights and hotels, as well as the dedicated Google Trips app to bring all of your bookings together and offer additional recommendations and guides. Further enhancements to Google Search are […]

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